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Sep 14, 2012 4:30am EDT
in ben benghazi, libya. every room was torched, vandalized and looted. it was not heavily fortified. the attackers bombed the guard house and then took over the main building and completely destroyed it throwing pieces of furniture into the pool. the raid lasted four and a half hours without any ofthe attackers getting caught or killed. >>> last night the house of representatives approved another temporary spending bill to prevent a government shutdown. this measure will fund all cabinet agencies at current levels for another six months. the current budget expires september 30. >>> big brother is getting a little bigger in prince george's county. >> ken molestina explains why police are getting ready to set up even more cameras along county roads. >> reporter: to say the traffic cameras aren't popular in prince george's county would be a gross understatement. >> they're there for no reason, just to get personally in people's business or whatever. >> it's getting outrageous. >> i feel as show you're violating my rights. >> reporter: police say those despised cameras are taking more t
Sep 13, 2012 4:30am EDT
. >> president obama has since talked with the presidents of libya and of egypt and both men express the regret over the lives lost. >>> a number of the country's diplomats are graduates of international studies here in washington. students say they've learned from experienced professors that foreign service can be dangerous work. >> they're often grateful to the military. we often forget the civilians serve abroad. the marines' primary responsibility is to protect the information in the embassy. the primary responsibility for the physical protection of the embassy under international law belongs with the host country. >> the professor says most libyans love americans but there are still lots of guns on the streets and the libyan government can't seem to control the situation. >>> a u.s. military strike in iran could lead to an all out war in the middle east. that's the opinion of a group of former military officials and security experts. the initial impact of an attack would shake the regime jees -- regime's political control but attacking iran would eventually lead to a war which would prove
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